Anna's Tuna Soboro (Quick and Easy!)

Recipe by freakingdork
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READY IN: 15mins
SERVES: 2
UNITS: US

INGREDIENTS

Nutrition
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DIRECTIONS

  • Drain the two cans of tuna of oil or water and empty meat into a frying pan. If the tuna was in water, you might want to add a little bit of olive/sesame/peanut oil (whichever you prefer). Start cooking.
  • In a separate bowl, mix the soy sauce, sugar, and mayonnaise. Mayonnaise will probably be chunky and that's okay - it will melt with the heat.
  • When the tuna gets drier, add the sauce and stir to make sure all the tuna gets a good coating. Cook until all the fluid is gone.
  • (A word on mayonnaise - if you use American mayonnaise, this recipe has a different flavor than if you had used Japanese mayonnaise. Japanese mayonnaise is made from rice vinegar (instead of white distilled vinegar) and is less fatty. Because I don't have easy access to Japanese mayonnaise, I add a dash of rice vinegar in with the sauce and that helps.).
  • (This recipe takes me approximately 15 minutes, but if serving over rice, you probably want to start the rice first. Rice always takes me the longest.).
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